Skip to comments.Fort Hood report recommends many changes for FBI, no disciplinary action
Posted on 07/19/2012 3:16:44 PM PDT by Zakeet
The long-awaited report on the Fort Hood massacre recommends numerous changes to FBI procedures but does not recommend any disciplinary action against employees at the bureau.
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Thou shalt not profile ... especially when it comes to radical Muzzies!
No idea what they were ... more details will undoubtedly follow in the next few minutes.
I believe that this is the report that the Most Open Administration in History withheld from public release until prodded by some GOPe senators.
“Workplace violence” my azz.. Every single person who failed to take action against Hasan, or failed to report his threatening comments and activities should be tried in a military court. This is political correctness gone amok and it will result in more death and destruction on our soil.
There were apparently 19 recommendations.
Was one of the recommendations that they should put that goat-humping Muzzie on trial for killing innocent Americans?
I should think that would be nice.
The number of specific recommendations has dropped from 19 to 18. Also:
The report, conducted by former FBI Director William Webster over the course of two years, concludes that despite "missteps," the problems at the FBI in the lead-up to the massacre do not constitute "misconduct" that would warrant disciplinary action.
The report examined how the FBI and others missed warning signs from Army Maj. Nidal Nasan before the Fort Hood massacre that killed 13 people in 2009.
“Every single person who failed to take action against Hasan...”
Have you seen this? So far McCain and Boehner have defended Huma Abedin. What should we do to them?
Here is a thought. Who let this monster in the army knowing he was a Wahhabi. How many Wahhabis are in the military? How many are in the country. Why is he still alive?
Just payment: A politically correct life for every American-American life.